Jul 28th, 2019
C)0,1,5or6
C
May 19th, 2019
9
None of these
D. None of these
Apr 1st, 2019
Answer is (10!)/2...which is same as (a)
Mar 24th, 2019
false for 5 which is greater than 3
A prime number (>3) can only be of the forms 6k+1 or 6k+5.
Let n=6k+1
But then n+2=6k+3, a composite number divisible by 3
Let n=6k+5
But then n+4=6k+9, a composite number divisible by 3
Thus, the given statement is false.
Abhishek Kumar
Jul 28th, 2019